Make Sense: Architecture by White
White Arkitekter, Edited by Malin Zimm
White Arkitekter, Scandinavia’s leading interdisciplinary architecture practice, create environments that inspire sustainable ways of living. An employee-owned company founded by Sidney White in 1951, White is a collective of people interested in people. They are architects, anthropologists, planners, engineers, artists, sustainability experts, researchers and more.
In their new book, White showcase over 80 international projects. By integrating research and practice, their work pushes levels of sustainability even higher – it ‘makes sense’ in every way. Their projects range from residential apartments to trekking cabins, from schools to offices, from pop-up parks to nature reserves, and from hospitals to an entire city relocation.
To build takes many hands and many minds – it is a marriage of sensibility and sensitivity. The projects in Make Sense aim for a better future – for people and for the planet.
White Arkitekter is an interdisciplinary practice for architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and interior design whose work is committed to sustainability in all its forms. Scandinavia’s leading architectural practice and the third largest in Europe, White have worked across Europe, America and Africa. As an employee-owned company, they live by their values of sustainability and innovation.
|Publication Date||7 May 2019|
|Illustrations||305 colour photographs and 65 black and white photographs|
|Rights||Europe (excluding Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland), Middle East, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe|